VIRTUAL PROTOTYPING FOOTAGE
virtuAL VS. rEAL
This outfit (size 38) is composed of two garments: a white blouse and a pair of black trousers both created with a 3D prototyping software to avoid producing any fabric waste.
On the left, the virtual garments created by 3D prototyping. On the right, the real outcomes once both garments got sewn.
BLOUSE CUTTING PLAN
second blouse pattern
This pattern simplification corresponds to the cutting plan ZWS17-P13. To find out more about its composition and download it under different formats...
Distinctive characteristic: The white blouse has been created by pair. It means that the pattern officially becomes "zerowaste" once two copies of it are interlocked together on the fabric lay. The only difference between those two copies is the shape of the bust pocket. One has a rounded shape and the other one is peaky.
TROUSERS CUTTING PLAN
This pattern simplification corresponds to the cutting plan ZWS17-P11 To find out more about its composition and download it under different formats...
Distinctive characteristic: This pair of black trousers is a masterpiece of the first specimen collection. In addition to being qualified as "zero waste", this pattern is also modular. It means that a few sewing modifications can turn it into a dress. Then by shortening the length of the two biggest elements, it can also turn into a pair of short pants or a top. (cf. outfit ZWS17-E2)